In Chile, cryptocurrency company Orionx filed a motion to take office with BancoEstado at the Free Competition Defense Tribunal (TDLC) on Tuesday, May 19, to report the situation regarding a supposed bank account suspension. This was reported by Diario Financiero on May 25th.
According to the article published in this medium, Orionx is a FinTech with a bank account at BancoEstado. If you ask for explanations, TDLC agreed to the request and asked the government agency to explain what happened within five business days.
According to Diario Financiero The request would have been made taking into account the fact that BancoEstado would have blocked checking accounts without notice or explanation. This would have happened at dawn on Saturday, May 16.
“This means that Orionx cannot access the banking platform over the Internet and that its lawyers cannot issue money orders for this account. In addition, it is not possible to make electronic transfers from someone other than the same bank to FinTech bank accounts, which would mean that transfers from a financial institution other than BancoEstado will be rejected, ”the article said on the news portal. financially, taking into account the presentation of Orionx by the lawyer Pablo Tromben.
“Finally, the request states that Orionx cannot offer its customers the services in the conditions in which it did before the alleged blockade last Saturday,” they added.
In conclusion, the publication reminded that the TDLC had already ordered the reopening of the banks that had closed the accounts of this type of company in 2018 as a precaution.
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